The unfollowing comes just days after the Kardashians posted birthday tributes to the rapper.

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Just when we thought Kim Kardashian and Kanye West had reached some civil ground. On Friday, eagle-eyed fans noticed that West had unfollowed his ex-wife Kim, along with her sisters Kourtney and Khloé, four months after Kim filed for divorce from the rapper.

The unfollowing spree comes just days after the family wished him a happy 44th birthday on social media. On Tuesday, Kim posted a photo with her ex-husband and their four kids writing, "Happy Birthday Love U for Life."

She also posted a childhood photo of the rapper to her Twitter. Her sister Khloé also posted a tribute to her ex brother-in-law with a photo of the former couple next to Khloé and her alleged on-again boyfriend Tristan Thompson. She captioned the post, "Happy birthday to my brother for life!!! Have the best birthday Ye! Sending you love and endless blessings!!"

West still follows Kim on Instagram, and she's the only person he follows on the platform.

On last night's series finale of the family's long-running reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim opened up to the family's matriarch Kris Jenner about what she really wants in a marriage.

"I never thought I was lonely, and I always thought that's totally fine," she confessed. "I could just have my kids. My husband moves from state to state and I'm on this ride with him. And I was okay with that. And then, after turning 40 this year I realized no, I don't want a husband that lives in a completely different state. To me, I thought, oh my God, that's when we're getting along the best. But then that is sad to me and that's not what I want. I want someone that we have the same shows in common. I want someone that wants to workout with me."

She continued, "I have the extravagant, everything you could possibly imagine, and no one will ever do it like that. I know that. You know what I mean? And I'm grateful for those experiences. But ... I think I'm ready for the smaller experiences that I think will mean a lot."